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Entrepreneur Forgoes The NHL To Disrupt PR

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Published on Oct 16, 2012

Fouladgar-Mercer, a Harvard (MBA) and Princeton (BSE, Computer Science) graduate, who played Division 1 ice hockey, gave up the dream of playing for the NHL, to become an entrepreneur, and ultimately try to disrupt the PR industry with AirPR, the Match.com in a sense for the PR business. It's created an algorithm that matches entrepreneurs with independent and boutique public relations specialists, who charge between $3,000 to $10,000 for their services versus a large agency that can charge three-times that.

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